WATCH: Prominent NeverTrumper Debates Tomi Lahren

RedState‘s Ben Howe appeared on Tomi Lahren’s show Monday night to discuss the NeverTrump movement and why he believes conservatives should not support Donald Trump.

“I don’t really think that it’s up to me to make Donald Trump electable.”

Lahren asked Howe whether he was comfortable with Hillary Clinton becoming president as a result of his “tearing down” of Donald Trump.

“There is nothing about Hillary Clinton becoming President that makes me comfortable,” Howe said. “But I don’t really think that it’s up to me to make Donald Trump electable.”

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Howe, a conservative writer and filmmaker, is supporting independent candidate Evan McMullin. He is also the director of an upcoming documentary about the Trump campaign titled The Sociopath.

“I’m not in the business of supporting the Republican Party for the sake of the party. I support the Republican Party as a vehicle for conservatism,” he said.

Lahren, a 24-year-old commentator who began her career with One America News Network before moving to TheBlaze, says she originally supported Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL). Today, she is now one of Trump’s biggest allies within conservative media. Her videos regularly receive over one million views.

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